The 32: An Anthology of Irish Working-Class Voices
By Paul McVeigh
16 published writers and 16 new voices write on their experience of being working class in Ireland.
How to Glitter a Turd
By Kris Hallenga
The story of an ordinary girl who, with a side-serving of cancer, makes life extraordinary
By Jackie Morris
A beautiful new pillow book, from the Kate Greenaway Award winning author Jackie Morris.
Ain't Afraid of No Ghost
By Paul Gannon
Between the Devil and the Deep
By Mark Cowan and Martin Robson
The gruesome true story of the bends, seen through the eyes of a diver pitched into a natural hell; paralysed and trapped underwater with nowhere to go but sink back into the deep.
Thoughty2 Presents: Stick A Flag In It
By Arran Lomas
1,000 years of bizarre history from Britain and beyond.
By Jo Shaw, Ben Fletcher-Watson and Abrisham Ahmadzadeh
Fifty reflections on women, power and identity
Being Hardly Normal
By Derek Humphries and Mark Horvath
How the Lizard Man of Hollywood Boulevard became the Sock Man of Social Change
By Matt Thomas
A comedy cyberpunk – parallel universes, zero point energy, kamikaze druids & Welsh world domination
Rory Hobble and the Voyage to Haligogen
By Maximilian Hawker
A boy, struggling with OCD, must journey with his social worker through space to rescue his mother.
A Cut in the Brain
By Kate Orson
One woman's journey to understand sex and heal her body in the face of the medical establishment
Letters to a Beekeeper
By Alys Fowler and Steve Benbow
A beautifully illustrated story of friendship, passion and useful insects